December to April is known as "emerald season" when the rainy season brings Zambia's landscape into bloom.

May to October is dry season and a peak time for visitors wanting to see Zambia's abundant wildlife.

June to August is cooler and dry for those who want to avoid the humidity.

August see's the Bemba people of the north celebrate their victory over the Ngoni with the Kusefya Pangwena festival of music and dance near Kasama.

Kuomboka is celebrated most years around April/May by the Lozi peple in Western Zambia and marks the movement of the Litunga, the Lozi king, from his wet season palace in the Zambezi river to to higher ground.

See Victoria Falls quick guide for the best time to visit the waterfall.



Top things to do in ZAMBIA


September 11, 2017

I've always been a DIY kind of traveller, I like to research, figure out what I want to see and then plan how I will get around, be that driving, flying, overnight buses or trains. I want a trip be be my own, to wake up each morning and choose what to do. To me that's a huge part of the adventure so when I was recommended to try a tour you can imagine I was quite apprehensive.

August 8, 2017

Don't settle for the same old holiday destinations, the world is big and beautiful and most of us have barely seen the tip of the iceberg. We don't get enough holiday so we should make the most of it with an unforgettable trip where the memories stay for life and keep us going until the next adventure!

Here are 10 ideas to give you some inspiration for your next unforgettable experience:

Safari in Tanzania

Tanzania is so diverse...

May 9, 2017

The jeep hood popped, we started our way into the park, the desert heat and golden dust washing over us. It quickly became apparent why the Maasai named this area the Serengeti, meaning “endless plains”. The wide open golden expanse seemed to go on forever and made spotting wildlife much easier than I expected.

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david livingstone


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